New Asian-fusion and churro spot coming soon to Tampa

Both over-the-top eats under one roof.

click to enlarge New Asian-fusion and churro spot coming soon to Tampa

It is no secret that Tampa Bay is found of over-the-top eats—we prefer our buns to be glazed doughnuts, our cookie dough to be edible and soon enough, our churros to be covered in Fruity Pebbles. That's right, a new concept, Hiccups & Churroholic is coming to Tampa and set to offer both over-the-top desserts and asian-fusion cuisine. 

The concept's social media is buzzing after the news of a new location coming to 13030 N. Dale Mabry Hwy. in Tampa (near Maple Street Biscuit Co. and Anthony Coal Fired Pizza.)

Technically, it's two concepts under one roof. One of which is Hiccups Restaurant & Teahouse. According to its website, Hiccups serves an eclectic Asian-fusion cuisine and a variety of specialty drinks. Think fat plates of garlic noodles, pad thai, and pho alongside sips of horchata milk tea and Vietnamese iced coffee. 

Churroholic is a Spanish-inspired dessert line created by parent company, Hiccups, with a menu loaded with churros flavors, ice cream, milkshakes, specialty coffee drinks, milk teas, and fruit slushies. 

That means you can slide by the concept for lunch, dinner and/or dessert. This might be dangerous for your health, but just what your Instagram feed needed.

More details to come as an official opening date is announced. 

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